Nashville resident James Shaw Jr. says "It was life or death," when he wrestled the AR-15 away from a gunman who had fatally shot four people at a Nashville Waffle House
Jeff Dysinger's daughter survived a shooting at her Kentucky high school. But he and many others in their rural community haven't joined the national outcry over guns that erupted after 17 people were killed in a Florida high school shooting.
Health officials have confirmed that norovirus sickened about 100 students at Western Connecticut State University and prompted the school to close for the day for disinfecting
Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says the governor can call a special election to replace a retiring congressman, even as the U.S. Supreme Court mulls whether his district was drawn to marginalize Hispanic voters
Regulators are reviewing a whistleblower's claims that Ohio's largest online charter school used new software that it installed in 2016 to intentionally inflate attendance figures
A woman being held in Texas on charges that she killed two people in separate states, including her husband, will likely be sent to Florida for prosecution
The European Union is opening a probe into the acquisition by Apple of song-recognition app Shazam because it wants to make sure consumers will still have a wide choice of streaming music
The dangers of air bags made by Takata in older Hondas are by now well documented, and the legal case against three company executives is proceeding. Even so, the Washington Post points out a jarring stat: A decade after a massive recall, Honda says 62,307 vehicles are still on...
Italy's president is launching another round of consultations to try to overcome the impasse from inconclusive March 4 elections, and he's expected to turn to the populist 5-Star Movement to head up talks
A Democratic Ohio governor candidate is calling for a criminal investigation into a whistleblower's claims that a now-shuttered online charter school used software to inflate attendance figures.